by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
“The crisis point from which to reference the present U.S. and world situation, is the period from the 2nd of October through about the 10th or 12th of October of this year, LaRouche warned in his Aug. 1 webcast. “As of that time, the already, totally hopelessly bankrupt United States will have crashed entirely, politically, and will be in a process of disintegration—unless that process has started earlier. And it could start very early, in this present month of August.”
“This Obaminable Administration” must be placed under adult supervision, he said.
We can get out of this crisis, if we go to a space program: Define what you do today, from the standpoint of where you want to be 50 years from now.
by John Hoefle
The same experts who told us, before the system collapsed, that the fundamentals of the economy were sound, are now saying that the recession is over, and the recovery is on. But this so-called recovery is jobless, production-less, trade-less, home-less, and profit-less, just to name a few. In the productive economy, the collapse continues.
by William Jones
The second-most widely read newspaper in China has run a lead article on Lyndon LaRouche and his solution to the world economic crisis, saying that “he long ago achieved fame in the area of economics.”
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
The time has come, said LaRouche, to return to one of his favorite topics from the 1980s: the subject of powered manned flight, by means of successive phases of acceleration and deceleration between our Moon and the lunar orbit of Mars.
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
Following her first-ever webcast in Berlin on July 21, Zepp-LaRouche exposed the incompetence of the establishment politicians, and elaborated why it is crucial that she run as a candidate for Chancellor of Germany. Her presentation was followed by nearly two hours of dialogue with listeners, a selection of which is published here.
by Lawrence K. Freeman
Maj. Gen. Scott Gration (USAF ret.), Special Envoy to Sudan proposed, in a Senate hearing, that Sudan be no longer categorized as supporting terrorism, and that sanctions against the country be lifted. These two developments would enable the United States to play a positive role in resolving internal conflicts and fostering development of the nation.
by Ramtanu Maitra
As a consequence of the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, combined with the consolidation of anti-U.S. forces under a jihadi banner, controlled by the British, the Saudis, and Pakistan, neighboring Tajikistan’s security has been significantly weakened, and reached a new level of threat in recent weeks.
Just as Lyndon LaRouche warned on April 11, President Obama’s Nero Complex is now out of control, and poses the greatest threat to the survival of his own Presidency, and of the United States as a whole.